We've moved into the sixth and final week of the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial. Each has taken the stand to tell their side of the story and we're about to see one witness participate in the court case that might surprise you.
Johnny Depp has been linked to various famous women in his romantic life before he got married to Heard. He has dated Winona Ryder, Vanessa Paradis, and Kate Moss. Depp and Moss were an item in the 1990s for about four years. They were even engaged briefly before they split in 1997. While they were together, in 1994, Depp was arrested and charged with criminal mischief at New York's Mark Hotel, where he allegedly wrecked his hotel room. Many years later, Moss is being called to the stand in Fairfax County, Virginia, where she will apparently paint a picture of the kind of man Depp was when they were in a relationship.
Kate Moss Will Testify in the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard Trial
Sources have said that Moss and Depp have been on good terms and are still friends long after they broke up. She is being called to the stand virtually on Wednesday as a rebuttal witness for Depp's legal team. Heard previously mentioned Moss in passing when she was testifying on the stand.
Heard was telling the jury about an incident with Depp in 2015 when she admits to punching him in the face in order to prevent him from pushing her sister, Whitney Henriquez, down a flight of stairs.
"Johnny swings at her. I don't hesitate, I don't wait, I instantly think of Kate Moss and stairs and I swung at him," she said on the stand. During the trial between Depp and Heard in the UK, she also referred to Moss and said she heard that Depp had once been physically abusive of Moss by pushing her down a flight of stairs.
However, considering the fact that Depp's legal team is calling Moss to the stand, it seems as though she will likely come to Depp's defense and explain that even though he may have been intoxicated during the 1994 altercation at the Mark Hotel, he has never abused her.
We can only speculate at this time, though. Moss will appear virtually in the courthouse tomorrow.